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MOUs of Benedict Arnold.
Reminiscences of Benedict Arnold have
been golag the rounds since the recent death
of Mrs. Ann Hinman Kellogg, of Fairfleid,
whose mother, it is said, ained a imisket.
at Arnold at tho time of the burning of
Now London, in 1781, and woldd have
killed him, except that the piece missed
fire. The proposition to build a monu
munt to Major Andre at Tarrytown has
also led to the recalling of incidents in
Arnold's career. There is one reniniscenec
of that character which has not been men
tioned. Soveral years ago a gentleman of
.Brooklyn, who has long been noted for his
love of rare books, manuscripts, pamphlets
and engravings, caime into the possebsion of
a document signed by Arnold and ia friend,
which he has carefully treasured %util the
prcsent day. The paper is a written pledge
that the man who should be maimed first
should receive from the other the gitt of a
silver tea-pot, of Cie value Vf Tl5. The
paper was dated before the Revolutionary
war, and was signed by a gentleman by
the name of Adams, as a witness. The
paper is now worn and stained with time.
but the writing is as black and legible as
tho day It was written. Not long ago a
man came into the otlico of the owner of
this precious document, and said, "I un.
derstand you are a gatherer of old things.
Here is something I waat to show you. 8.
M. L. Barlow wants it and has offered to
pay so much for it, but you can have it if
you will grive "a certain other sum," namn
ing it. "Well," was the reply, "let's see
it." The man began unfolding carefully
an ancient, time.stamned document, upon
which, as he was opening it, there appeared
the striking signature of Benedict Arnold.
The signature was recogrnized the moment.
It was seen, although it was upside down,
and the bargain was closed without a
mnonent's delay. The paper turned out to
be a bet between Arnold and Adams. The
witness of the doeltinont referred to above,
In reference to which of the two men would
probably be niarried first, and it ectaincd
a pledge that the one who was tirat mar
ried should receive a gift of silver plate
worth X15 from the other. The paper was
witnessed by the man who made the first
bet with Arnold. The two documents bore
the same date, ann had evidently been
written at the sanie time. They had been
separated for over a hundred years, and
had flually. come together again in the
ownership of the same gentlenni. The
discovery of this second doctiment is con
sidered one of the best "finds" of the day
among antiquarians of the city and the
fortunate owner of the two papers is greatly
011'1r1Y Cold D~ay."
Some time ago a poorly-drosed and
seedy-looking person about lifty years old
entered the post-oilee, at Detroit, and pro
ceeded to warm his hands at one of the
relisters. lle made no muimiries about. mail,
and after he had been loafing around for
two hours a policemain got his eye on him
"Say, oid muan, have you any business
"Well, no," was the reply.
"Any work to (o?"
"No. I kinder thought Ud lay off this
"Any friends here ?"
"I think you ar a vagrant,'' (oitinueld
the oflceor, as he took anoiher look at hi1n.
"Mebbe I am," sighed the old ina m.
"And I think I'll taOke you down.''
'"Well, I'll go along."
Thie officer escorted himii to the station
house, registered lisa name, and oen pro.
ceede~d to senich luma pockets. Each one
panned out a "'wad"' of momney, mauking a
total of $l,t(100.
"'Whiy didn't you tell us you had this
nioney ?"' dlemanded the policemian.
'"Why didn't you ask mie'''
"DIidln'lI say I took you fur a v'agrant,
and vn d!e!'t dlr'v it either.''
'-Well, I didn't kniow an.. thing about
your city Ian,' riily vjplied th oild1(
man. I've got two married dautlghters,
and I came in to buy ('eh of 'em a $(00
piano for New~ Y'ear's, but, is it's ag'in any
of your laws I'll take the next traini for
home. I'm gittinig putrty old, and I don't,
want no fuss with any biody.''
"Well~j, you might have savedi yoursel f all
this trouble." said the nitlceer, ae he escorted
hinm to the street.
"D]on't mention it,'' was the ansawer. ''If
I took any trouble on1 your account it's all
right, and you needn't thatnk mem. i'm al
ways willing to oblige anybiody whp can
appreciate it. Tiurty cold day, isn1't it ?"
Thet KI'ects or Ten'i.
First, as to the imnmediue "flects of moud
crate doses, there are in the eases observed
an elevation of p~ulse, incease of respira
tion, agreeable exhilarationi of mind and
body, afeeling of contentment and plaidity,
an Increatcef i inici'ctual and physical vi
gor with no noticeable reaction. Th'le im
medliate etleets of anm excessive (lose are
rapid elevation of pulse, marked increase
of respiration to the extent of about one
third, increanse oi temperature, no period of
exhilaration, but imediate andl severe
headache, dilmness of vision, ringing in the
ears, dullness, and confusion of ideas. Fol
lowmng that is a severe reaction: exhmaus
of mmd( and body, tremulousness and nier
vousness, and dlreadl of impendling harmi
that could not be relieved by takinag more
tea. Th'le efleets of continued dosen arc a
contInuance of the tremulousness. extreme
susep4tibihty to outeide imipressions, ('on
stipat ion, dimninutioni of urine, ane marked
influence on the muetamnorphosis tissue, as
shown by the dimninutonm in the amount of
urea, which, in the week during whlich the
writer w~as taking toxic doses of ten, fell
from 591 grains to 4122 grains per day. The
sulphates, phosphates, and chlorides w~ere
increased. From the study of the druga'
aetion, the following conclusions are ar
rived at:--That, as with any othier p~otent.
drug, there Is a proper anid improper use of
it. That in nmodleration it is a ildk and
pleasant, stimulant, followed by3 no harmful
reaction, its continued and immoderate
.use leadls to a very serious group of symp
toms, such as headache, verdigo, ringing in
the ears, tremulousness, nervousness, ex.
haustion of mind and body, with dilsincell
nation to mental and physical exertion, in
creased and irregular action of the heart,
and dyspepsia. The mental symptoms are
not to be attributed to dyspepsia. It di
milnishes the amount of urine, and retairds
the rhetanmorphosis of tistue. Many of the
symptoms of hunmoderate toa-drinking are
such as might occur without a suspicion of
thme real cauise.
A MedicIne should not be (luaged
Dy the suddenness and violence of itu efrootg
Self-evident as this proposition would soenz
* ~ there are many foolish persons who are eon,
tent only with a remedy whIch acos abruptly.
The pIll and other nostrnm-vendors who trads
upon the credulity of thIs otace, find thel
- "beet holt," as poor Artemnas WVrd termed it,
in the sale of violen6 tpurgatives. So lung as
t'iey wrenoh the biwels of their dupes muil
ciently, they are pretty sure of a certain mea.
sure of sucoose. It instead of such pernicious
rabbish, Hoatotter's Stomach Ditters is need,.
thme results are widely different. Thme bowels
are relieved, but aglways geatly, by this pleas.
ant laxative, whIoli does not weaen but mnvig
orates them, and endows the ce-operative or
gans of digestion and bilious secration with
actbvity and reuarIty, s trengKthens the 031n
etatutiont and phsque, and while it i safe inm
li onstIuonsi mudiciently prompt in ope.
DAinY Tusr.-The idea that every
thoroughbred animal belonging to a
butter breed is necessarily high up In
this qualitleation, is now happily ex
ploded. It is quite true that a Jersey
Is more likely to yield rich milk than a
scrub, and purity. of blood should be
Insisted upon; but this ui.L ,; coupled
with actual performance tat the p)all.
If the rutes of the Jersey Herd Book,
from the beginning, hiat required proof
of the yield of 200 pounds 01 buttor in
a year, from a holler two und a half
years old, and of 30 pouniids from a
cow four years old, before record, one
might at present safely purehase a Jer
sey cOW, 0 (escenided, with the assu.1
rancc of hier a(Ialty, There is no mot
reason wiy simple descent siould be
satisfactory in a cow than it a trotting
horse; and the time has now arrived
w hell a cow 01 int'erior breeding, with
at large yield at tihe pail and in the
ch urn, will be preferred t alny high
breeding without a record 4 pe for
inn nce, is a horse that trots tin 2.20 wit-h
out. a redigree outsells a horse of any
breeding without a record o lperfortu
ance in t.nes pastand present. Breeders
of thorouglibred cattle may take note
of this, and make th Iho g '' e s4. p Iompt
1y as possible, for the day of the pedi
gree crazu 1s fast passing away.
R ATS AND >.AMRNISS.-It. Is stated on
good authority that, a tcaspoontul of
cayenne pcpp'er mixed lin at quart of oil
and rubbing tile liariess with the oil,
will effectually protect it against the
gnawing of rat.s. It is also sai' that an
oince of aloes to one gallon of oil will
atordi the same protection. Or remedy
heretofore has been, and we latvc never
knonn it, It to fill, to hang the harness ll)
Ho that no rat s Cannot molest, it. But ats
sonie people are careless in this respect,
the red pepper and [lie aloes atid oil
remedy had better be adoipt-od. A friend
at our elbow Fays cirbollc acid Is a
PLANTING BLACK WALNUTS. - The
besL title for plainting black waliits Is
immei;dlately after the nuts have fallen,
(CAleet the nuts an1d 11a811 time hulls,
(outer fleshy covering), and sow at.
onve in shallow furrows. They readi
iy germinate, pyovidted tile embryo
does notL become too dry. Do not allow
tie seedlings to remain more than two
years (one would be better) before
transplanting to a permanent place.
C(E.ERY in trenches for the winter
miust not be allowetd to freeze hard,
thoughi a moderate freuzing does not in
jure it. The covering material, hay, or
leaves, sholi he at h111nmd to put on when
needed. A slight, covering will answer
tintil cold weather fairly meis h )but
tihe wint.r covering should be about a
A lAin of eards and a brush should
b) ill every cow stiali, andl(] cleainlIi 1ts
811oub1alh e carefully ob-zerved. A
ihiorolugha Carding and brushing will nott.
only inicrease the quantity of the milk,
but will add to its purity. A oung
CtIlVes should ie freed f om vermin by
21,0ply il a muixttir e of Iilinseed oil and
kerosene to the patrts infested.
TUuNxis are healthfuli for horses.
They should be eit, in slices, or, what
is better, puliped 1nliely a mIiliixed with
a little lie" aid .somne salt. Rutabagas
are better than white taiurnlp..
'I lu.o I into a Snow.-ir. .k.
Not lonr ago Mr. Smlth, attached to the
('aribou Mine, near D~enver, st arted from
Nederland for the mine in a stout cuitter,
drawni by a strong and1( spirited teamn of
horses. Mr. Sumith had for a companion
onie of list most, eticient assistanlts, an Eng
lian of the name of lehard Crow. Thle
mtorinig wals hoisterous, ai heaivy snow
storm having not in, accompanied by a
fierce w~ ud, but the two part ies were fvell
aictainted withi the roadl, andi~ as t he' dis
tance was only four miles, they atnticiatedl
no r aious trouble. As t hey appr~poached
Catriboua, however, the storm increased in
violiece to such an extent that they wer
not only nosqt heminbed anud bl1inded, but
tihe horses thaemsielves e'vincedi strong symip..
tonis of giviai out. Th'Ie travelers flinally
reached a point some hair-mile distant from
(aribotu, about ten (o'clock in time mornin11g.
Ilere, however, the elements se'emed to
hav'e tihrown off all restraint, antd the storm
was bliniding in its fury. Alr. Crow was
dariving, and while trying to ma~ke the temi
turn inl a certinm angle the horses sprang otT
the road, anad in anot01her inctanat the sleigh
and its occuplants, horses and1( all, were
dashed into ai now bnki somett fifteen or
twenty feet below. Mr. Smith is an old
C'oloradoan and has hadt an extendedl expe
rience in the mounitainis. Ife knew that if
anythi lng was to be done, i mlust be donie
qu~tickly. At such an aiitude(1 and in sutch
n stormn, with tile theranmoeter many de
grees below zero, no life could he long suts
tinfedi. I y desperate exertions the sleigh
and horses were finally forced back upon01
the road. lilerO the teamli was1 held while
Mr. Smith made ihree separate trips for the
host blaggage and1( wrapls which were atlso
essential to a further existencee. O.n reach
ing the sleigh, after his third trip, Mr.
Smith was so nearly exhausted tat he fell
in upon01 the b~ottomi andi wais-senreely alel to
move. After oti'er desperate etforts, and
whien atlmost ready to yield to despair, the
main street of Carihou was reached and
assistance secured, It was unearly a full
hour before Mr. Crow was suthileently re
n'vedi to he able to spea1k, and1( Mr. Smith
also sufferedl greatly from the results of the
exert ions lie wats compelled to make. But
neither party liae expemieniced any permta
nv'it. injury, and both feel that they have
special cause for thanksgiving over their
narrow and hazardous cescape faomi a terri
Svoates first heard :t, a mnother''s k nee
a-e never wholly forgot ten.-M others
shiotmld never' forget that tihe sat i'erings
of their little ones cani easily bet over
come by the use of Dr. Bull's Bauby Sy
Thme price of' soapj is rapidly advanc
ing. A year's stpplhy o' DonhluNs'
10lECTRIC hiotighit now ait old prilce
will be avery judicious pturchiase.
TuIx Rfoaenr for Gait-1Cdge Buttem
Makern was obtained from one of thai
mmost extensive dairy farmers of Ire
land, noted for the exellent am1( l sp
crier keeping qutalities of his btutter,
whch was eageriy putrchatsed by Lon
(loln dlealers for export to India, where
the warm climate puts butter to a
very severe test. It has been thioroumgh..
ly tried by a large nutmboer of the very
hest hulter-makors in this countr'y, aand
they have given it their emp~hatic ap
proval. Price 25 ceants por package.
Sold by aill store-keepers;
Coi.r.ass, N. Y. Feb. 10th,1870.
Gcern.--We chuarnedh one gl ilon
of cream to-dlay at a temperatture of 50
deg., using yotur GIlt-E~dgo Butter
Maker. Timeo of churnunte, 15 maiutes
-result, 4 1 8 pounds of butter. Uolor,
lood. As we have net previously
welihed our butter, of coui so we eani
not toll whether there Is a better per
cent, or not, but appearances luadicato it,
bmd the quality is at least two Cents per
ounid better. Yours, &e.,
Mf. J. WILBR,,
Prop't of Collins Creamery.
WASnINo Cimoips.-For a family of
six, cut into thin shatviiga one and one
half pouids of good bar soap, and dis
solve it In a pail of bolring water.
Rather inore than half 111 two tubs
with warm water, and add a pall of hot
suds-half each. Put the clothes In
for twenty-four hours' soak-those
most soiled 1n one tub by themselves.
Tle following morning nothing will le
necessary but to put them through the
wringer, through two waLers, the blue
Ing in the last. A neat housekeeper
will observe If any specially solled
spots-wristbands, eufV4 and tihe like
need at little chating with the finge's
before going througa the wringer.
Clothiig washed In this way will coei
aut to the satisfactionl of the Ilost fast
idious, and all the time usually spent
scrubbing and boiling au lilling the
house v. ith steam saved, besides-a
prime consideration-ar ticles will Wear
more than twice as long, as it Is evi
dent that five mintites' scrubbitig will
wrenchi out the garments vastly more
2han1 ordinary wCar. FIlInels may be
cleanled inl the salnc inannor-whito
flannels tilrinlug out white and soft
except that; it 1 believed talit the suds
and the rinse water had better be cold
for liannela, wherever the process of
washig, to preventshrinking, A litle
*amntLe pulling, both watys, when first,
u on the line, will prevent flainnels
shrinking. An acquaintance of ours, a
very particular hlivsekeeper, tas done
her own fitmily washing in this man -
ner for a year pa-t, withotiteither boll
ing or .crubbing.or fretting, and she
(leclares that wvlashing has lest its old
time terrors. And her husband eays
that, instead of a "picked-up dinuer',
she gets the best dinner or the week on
Triu s AND 'A nIi.o rolus.-Who con
Celved it. idea oi dividting a square of
strainer cloth In two parts, finelosing
the upper with bands of gariet velvet
stitched with orange, working at flower
pattern upon It., and laying a bend sin
ister of oran tgo, silk across th." lowe.r
half afhd putting a bright little Japanese
fanl in the sinister base? It looks as if
IL might he 3a Japanese banner, bat It is
Only i tidy, or rather, at chair-back, to
speak, as one of the estheticallv-inind
ed. lere is another In which a Chitiese
mandarin, cut. from one of tle French
patterns, Is fastened upon a back
ground of 1lue flannel %% Ith an orange
border embroidered with Chiinese char
;Itenrs that Ialy hide a Iw hole poci fromi
profatno ocuilental eyes. In table
oloths, the simplet, are tliose bordered
with three bands of Ilannel of dident
colors stiche ol with silk of tnlo v
hles, nd the most. beat Liul are Ihose
of dark olive wit-h deepb b1orirS of' Kell
sington work. L:itbrgcquus are ora
melited with iz reat mauy ol 1th14 smali
full tassels that look almost lIke liver -
ed 1.1ns, an11d ha maolze p jerfov'.ly with
thc embriudered ana wl.ieh they
are intersperreil. A beauft:a.1 'atnbro
quil Inlu olve and t.rtltoise i blite has
tLwo rows of these tussels, and three o.
wrough t fanls, altltly 1 arran'ged in
a Japaiesa pttern. Aicther, initended
for at bracket, is of sI-tram ner cloth work
od in peaecoei 1e-thers and fring'ed wiLh
lineni and wors-ted.
r'an Cooti.--1 r. Delmonlco, alkIng
abuut emturci, says thait Americans
-u:tght. to copy the Frenci method of
tilizing small bits of raw meais and
fowls and of tc -cuoisilg al l.kini of cold
jolits ud pleees of cooked moat whicl
remabi dayv by dAy fiom every dinner
im atlmio4t 've'ry lanailly. Theiu Saiiecess of
suchi (tbe d51'S epenid s maaily on the
sauce, whieh is best ,ua3do froml brth.tl
'The following Ia his reefipt for a favor
Ite sauce : "T'ake an ounce of ham11 or
bacon, (cut it uIp in smaall pieces, i ad
'y It in hot fat. A ddi an entin or ear
rot, cut up, t hickenl wh Ii lon", t hen
add4. at pint Or qutart of' broth,, :iccord Ing
to quantity~. desired;' season1 with peli
per as~.: 1alt or aniy 81pice or hierh that
l3 rel Ilahed ( betaer, thioragh, with)out (the
spice). anid !a.t sintnmor for an1 hiour ,
skin carefully and struain. A wine-.
glass of aniy wino 11113 be added. ii
liked."' C.otsd roast or birotlted beef or
mulltton mayn be cut. into( siituall sqares,
fried brown Ila butter, aind theta gently
stewed1 in the sauce above described.
arc enapmtle Of' renidering i'aluable) ser
ViCe ini maist checat com')plaintls, bronebiit.
Is, asthma, etc., because, in his wo'rds5,
they contanin "animalizedea sulphier, a
lirttle phosphate of Ilimei, and4. Csp~ecially3
carbonate, animl.dized, ini solution andit
in a naseen t state in their mucilage.'
HI Is pre'Oi1rt'1ions11 of the' ariticale com prise
whajt are'u tere snal(15i~il Q3yrup, s11all bon
hong, and( talteidno, as8 mnueilage an d
p)owder. For these thie edilble snail Is
used, beinig collected in lie v'ineyatrds
in the south of Fralnce duriing the fatll,
andicenrefull 3ptreserved 31and 10(d din g
the witer. M . Barthelemy' lays great,
stress Oin this feeding, rand atttriltites
the0 reason that these snjails are inot,
miore geme4.raltly us-ed as5 3an artIcle of
diet to thie fact that their flavor is only
properly developed where .hey3 obta In1
'ultable food, as, for linstanceO, In tthe
vincy airds of southern 1e rancc andl Ita
FOn ALL..mYIa IOAnISExEss and1 Irri
1311ion of the Throat It is (1ai3'ly rovedt
thtt "Birown's IHronachaial TIroches"' are' a
milid4. remed0y yet v'ery eiticatclous.
TnUTU AND H lono.-Quiery :-Wh at
Isatle best family medicine In the world
to regulate the b)owels, purify the blood
remove costivent~ss aml tutiousniess, aid
digestlonl and tone uip the~ whle sys
temi? Truth andli honor coinpels us to
antswer', 110p Bitters, being pure, per
fect anel harmless. El. See another
Soun MJLK.--Sour ilk is one of th(
best feeds for poultry, especially for
y'oung chicekens, thalt enn be given
te, and we feaur Its vailue is not fully
realized by those genoirally who keep
poultry In the counltry, ate we are sat Is
fled much refuse mIlk goes to wvaste
that mIght be given the helns as well as
not. Young chicks thlrive wonderful11y
uplonl a diet of sour ilk, and it maty be
glven themi in place of water to great
would be a safe offer for a more infallible cure
for pihles thtan Anakcats. 500.000 persoins bor
iltang toetimlonty tu the benotcenco anad
scientifto triumph of. the great diascovory of
Auiakeoie, Dr. S. B laboo's rit,rnal Pak
Reomedy. Lotions, eleotnarios, ofintmeiats and
quack noetrumse have ha(1 tibour day- no longer
sball the afliioted like Job cry ont. I"Wearl
some nIghts ari, appointed to me1, when I lie
down I say when shall the night be gone, ohi
whereforo is light gIven to thim who is in
miery ? Anakesis wilt instantly relie'.e thec
pain from pik-s, will support the painful
tumore and ultimately ouro the worst cases.
Dootors of all sohioo, aiow na it for thero is
no substftute for It, nothingme simptee nothling
mioro safe, nothing so prompt and permanent.
It is the discovery of a scienititle physician
attr 40 years' expttrt'inoo, and has been usied
sucessfully almost wvithiout an exception by
over half a million of sufferer.. It combine.
a monr e a e hl of English,
anced to be the nearelt toEl
remedy yet discovered.aup~a~ SAatk.
ale" are sen6dbe. to all f du o .1 pp
sation to, P.Nustaedterj 8tON w
York, seo muaanfaotolrere o ~ ,~ld
A DFacrAL Journal ays the reason so
many men fall as orators ia because
.he0y have lost some of their teeth.
Bosh ? Look at a lien ; hasn't and never
had a tooth in her head; and did the
dental editor never heiar a lin mount
the fence Vna( do liver a two hours'
Fourth of July oration over one egg
no bigger than a lemon.
"WilY, Ul)k,'' said a lady teacher
the other day, "you are getting to be
an awfully good boy lately; ever so
much better than you were last year.
How Is It?" "Oh I pshaw I Miss Hot
ty," said the youngster, "I don't havo
so mIch tumiIck-ache now.''
''iY wife," remarked a prominent
manufacturer, "never attends auctions.
She went bnec, and seeing a friend at
the opposite side of the room, nodded
politely, whereupon ithe auetioneer
knocked down a patent cradle, and
asked her where she wished it deliv
The O'Flnigan : -'Boad, sorr, we
were pestered wid those rascally spies
of O'Brady: "Rimnints o' Tory bar
batisn, sorr; bo more careful, sorr;
stand at tho door, and don't let a man
in1 unless he comes hitaself."
'llow like its father it is!'' exclaim
-d the nurse, on the occasion of the
christeiniig o'a Ibby whtose father was
over seventy, and had married a young
wife. "Very like."' replied a satrical
lady, "it hasn't a tooth in its head P'
Wlu-N a womttan p-ottmenades the
streets leadlug a dog it looks as if she
Couldn't lead anything else on her
hlusbands never tneet their wives
with smiles'on their lips; they wipe
them oi' before they got home.
DID pou ever notile the fact that a
tramp who claima he has a trado but
eatn get no work at it, in the winter is
brickmaker rind in the summer is a
uimbtrmian or lee sawyer ?
A wrr'rY but heartless proof-reader
on an Eastern paper rceentlv added to
the death notice of a somewhat cele
brated colored man the line, "Death
loves a shining moke.''
SAr has various properties and ef
fects as it regarids the human system.
it; acts as a tonie and comliment, as an
entetic, a purgative and as a disinfect
''Wn,. Bridact ! lid''t the fall in
jure you?'' Bri-iget-"''Suru'e m1umt1, the
t'al didin't hurt me. but I kind o' jarred
iezelf mulu when 1 lit.'
NFWRTwPAPEIR WAIrs.-Lady (beiid
nitttter, to cabtni :)-" paitr of glove ?
Yt. What is yotir timber ?" Cabiman
-"'A hundred and ninetyr-three V,
"6TuAT's what beats me,'" as the boy
siid whon ie saw his lather take the
Slkite strap down front its accustomed
Duiixo orlinary respiration for
twenty-four hours the quantity of ox
ygen gas coMisumeod amounts to forty
thousand cubie inches.
ALL experieteo goes to show that
people are far more liable to coutract
dkeases or e^nitt;..ons fevers or an
emlipty thani with0 a it Il stomach.
A FEW drops of nitrite of amyl haye
a powierful inllluence in restoring the
functions of thte hear't ini eases of
drLowin'uug hianginhg 0ori raiting.
As many women lear'n to know theIr
husbands, theyr wi'h ther had learned
to ''No"' them when they wore only
Bti:AlwAS-r should bo a light stimu
lating meal, dinnerci mor'e heartyv and
A FARItER Oni theo shiores of Lake On
tario hiad nine acr'es waishe~d away in
twenty years. He is evidently losing
T1 R.i v Eir.LEits hatvie frequently tiotleed
that they get the poor'est dinner' at rail
r'oadl stations wher'e the dinne11r gong
Our'smos speculators in Wall street
wete 1lrst called ''lambs'' tor the rea
son that they gambol fir'st anid gel
A As xct:-P'iE at bedtime la the shiort
est route to the menagerIe.
flow to make crockery ware-Doni't
A FIGURE of speech.--The barber.
Bl~nY SAIVED.-We are so thankful
to say that our baiby was entredl of a
dangeroti and1111'It prtracted] rrular~hti ty
of ithe bowels by thme ttse of' Ilopi Ihtters
by its maother, whmilt at t he same time
restoredl her to perrect. heaulth and2(
Y. See, another colttmn.
Pitystcraxs say that there is ino reimed3
for Consumtptioin, and possibly, in som(
caises thte asser'tiont maay be corirect,
We knowv however of mtany enres made
by Dr. IBull's Cough Syrup and will
gutarantee positive teilet to tihe sull'er'ei
in every itnslance.
IAQNxE tor a moment the t housand
u'poni thouisands of bot ties of Carboline
the (deodlorizeod petroleu-a hitr irenewvo
antnually sold, and the fact thait not
single complaint has been receiver
frotm nil tese thousands, aud you mgua
hatve some1 ideca of' Its god qualitler
Thoughts for Teachers'.
Never be hasty ini wordl or action.
Labor and brains conquer all things.
Teach both by precept and example.
Labor dtligently for self-improvemnent.
Never let a'known fault go unnoticed.
Encourage parents to visit the schools.
Bec prompt in beginning and in dismis
Bie slow to promise, but quick to per
Never let your pupils see that they cai
Teach self-government; it is the onl;
Speak grammatically to your pupils
speak kindly, too.
Never be slow to commend a pupil to
goodl work or deportment.
He who can begin with -a child, and
skillfully carry hihp1 through the first fifteel
years of his life, does the grandest thin,
that hs ever done for him.
JBxvost'mus to drafts when heated, and audder
change~s in the teinmpetare of the atmospiere
are proifie sources of severe Colds. from watel
manmy cases of Inflammation of the Lu g s, Pleu
risy, Asihr~na and 051aer I'uutionary A fection
are develop.d. Should you unfortunately con
ra.at a Uoat, resort at onee to Dr. Jayne's Exi
peetor tnt, a remedy that will not only promptU1
cure Oough-m and Colds, but will rel~eve ani
strengthen the Plmnonary and Bronohlal 0r
gans, and remove all dangerous symptoms,
AN old physician, retired from prac
ice, having had placed in his hands by
an East Inidia missionary the formula
of a simple vegetable remedy for the
speedy and permanent cure for Coi
sumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma
and all Throat and Lung Alfections,
also a positive and radical cure for Ner
vous Debility and all Nervous Con
plaints, after having testod its wonder
ful curatlve powers In thousands of
cases, has felt it his duty to make it
knew to his suit'ering fellows. Actu
ated by this notive and a desire to re
lieve human sultiering. I will send free
of charge to all who desire it, this re
cipe, in German, French, or English,
with full directions for preparing and
using. Sent by mall by addressing
with stamip, namIng this paper, W. WY.
SiIEnIAn, 149' Powors' Block, Rochoster,
Use of S'oft Ou.-For years no one
supposed that a lump of soft coal dug
fron its mine or bed possessed any
other pro)arty than that of fuel. It
was nixt found it would afl'urd a gas
which was combustible; in process of
tii imtechalnical and chemical incanis
were found to manufacture this gas
(earburetted hydrogen), and applying
It to the lighting of bulldings and cit
tos. III doing thisi products orf dstilla
tion were developed and now the follow
ing ingi elicnts are manufactured from
it First, an excellent oil to S'upply
light-ho*uses, equal to the best sperm
Ol, but at lower cost; second, benzole,
a light sort of fluid, which ev::porates
easily, and coniibinOd With vapor or
moist air, is used for the purpose of
so-called portable gas lamps; three, nap
tha, a heavy fliid, useful to dissolve
gutta percha, India rubber, etc. ; four,
an excellent oil for lubricating pur
poses; five, asphaltum, which is a black,
solid substance, used in naaking var
nishes, covering roofs. vaults. etc.;
six, paraIlbit, a white, crystaline sub
stance resembling white wax, which
can be malde into beautiful wax can
dies; it tnelts au a temperature oi 110
degi ees, and affords aq execlent ligih .
All thesu substanees are made with soft
A Peculiar case of spontaneous com
bustion, which oecurred some time ago
Ili St. Louis, suggests the need of great
e' care in puttlitg away certain kinds
of inlianmable material. Some hemp
cloth, cut. out of ordinary hemp s' ks.
had been used in the house to polish
floors newly varnished. After having
servCd this putrpose they were thrown
In a heap in to a ba-ke, where they
am1oulidered an Oventually burst intoe
Ilatae, of theminselves . Their ignition
in this tinier is attributed to tihe sat
uration of the cloih with the varnish
to which they had been applied.
Caacf'ull! preparea statistics show
that $2, O00,000 worth of quinine arc
anually coInsumed in th is coun try. In
this connection it may be mentioned
that of opium bitt $1,00.000 worth is
believed to be used in the Unite Statez
each year a statement we think under
Until recently water in theoccan was
believed to have little if any motion be
low fifty fathoms, but It Is now known
that in certain localities there Is rapid
mnotion as deep as 5C0 fatholis, and se
itlous injuryrious has been c:itsed at that
-leptih to the telegraphic cables.
HEADAcuE. -'There ate various
causes for hiead~achte, as derangement
of the circulating system, of the diges
tive oargans, of the nervous systemn,&e.
FGETIrNE can be said to be a surec iemi
edly for the tmany kinds of headache,
as it acts directly upon the various
causes of this cm plaint,-Nervoutsness,
Indigeetion, Cot iveness, Rheumatism,
N'euralgia, Btiliousness, &e. Tlry tihe
VIErETNE. You will never regret it.
TuiERE is not the least doubt that the
terrible frequency of late years of Par
alysis, Insanity amnd thme worst torms of
organic diseases is mainly attributable
to the quantity and constituents of' time
medici ues ol the day. T'ake Simmons
ir Regutlator, a pu11rely vegetabile
-medici ne, con taining all the vi ritues of
Ualonmel without any of' the injumrlotus
tendencies so justly dreaded by ma-n
kind. It wilhl be f'oun(I promtpt to stait,
the secretions of the Liver, anud give a
healthy tone to the entire systlem, with
out salivation or any danger. When
used as a Cathzartie it li no wvise dhis
order's the system, nor does it prodtuce
any nausea or sick stomach when about
to purge. It is r~o mihili in its action as
not to interfere iih business or' pleas
tue. Beware of imiitationis gottenm up
otn the mpopularity or Simiiiions Liyer
HIESKELT.'s Totter Ointment will euro Sore
Eyu'lidsi, Sore Nose. Barber's Itch oni the face,
or Grocer's itch on the hand1s. It never fals.
50 onts per box. sonit by mail for 60 cents
Johnston Hlollowamy & Co.,
C'02 Arch 8t.,. Phtila. ra.
1lIESKzLL. 5 TETrTER OINTMENST will enre all
scabby or scaly rtisnases of the skh.
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THE SOLE QUESTIOM
T s, whfit sldi we do te, preserva health ? our
answer Is: aeap your feol wotrms day ands free fromo
rh,,uiatisnt, by tazriut a pair of~
JoiINSON'8 SILK INSOLE.S.
Deing th n. are easily worn in the shoes of an,
whore.I normailoi t'y r'iti foreit. Bnipi.. 6
ntall for 2s Cents. 8stt siso q em ios worn.
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MS Amutcu-t.i, Pilladeilhia, Pa.
Thoes answenng an Aavermsemeas; wail
songer aviow pt the AdverUee ad the
Publisher by atat they sw the bdew.
Pws~t 3 thi la feasming th. Spos
DR.CAI.1,111-3t StRPHItF. I
Vegediuo Ceareto note Dasig stes'!
CALL1xsawv1tU, Chi0n Co., Ala., May 15. 1878.
D)EAR H a.-My auiuter has beon ailioted
with nasal oatar, x. audtition of the bladdor asid
kI inoys. auld is of serofulotis diatiesis. and,
aftor having oxhaised my sdi and the mos6
alttueint phyelcalis of Selitna I at last rve rted
to tho use of your Vogotine (without conrideuce)
an(, to ly grat surprise, my daughter has
been rpstoredt to itealth. I writo this as a sim.
plo act of justice, and not as an advertising
ltespOctfu'ly. T. E. CALbLiElt. 1. D.
Worked Like a Ciarsa-Cured Malt
Ehlestanse anut Eryalpolas.
TO COURT ST., 1(oME, N. Y., July 10, 1879.
AaIR. 11. RbTEVENS :
Dear Sir.-Onie year agi last fall my littlo boy
had a breaking outi of Krysipelas and Salt
lhoUln, h!s taco bolag Otto 1n1attretd sro. of IIto
worst doscription. Nuiotirg your advertise
men in the papern, I purchased two .ott.les of
the Vegetino. an wit I the two bottles my sonl
was cured. I never saw anything liko t1o
'cgeiie ;it, worked ilke a ichari. l have been
cliy watchmn in at, Home for years. 'ls tesiI
monial 6s gratu.tous. Yours, respect ftlly,
- HOIATIO GRINDLEY.
Ieanarkalttle Claro or Morofulons Face.
WFs'ritrNSTER, Conu., Julio 19, 189.
Ma. II. R. STuvrs:
Do r Sir.-I cali testify to the good effect of
your mediiine. My lttlo boy had a roItuli
'orc break ou. nix his hod d as largo as a qua tor
vf a dollar, and I:. went down his face rtrn one
ear to the otatier, under his neck, and wais on1
solid mass of sures. Two botlos of your valu
able Vegetine completely curod him.
il8. G. R. TIHATCIlEit.
H. R. STEVENS, Boston, Mass
Vegetine Is Sold by all Druggists.
To the best lande in the best climate, with the bel
markets, and on ihe beet terms. along the Hne of R'F.
iMainly in the Pamoes
RED RIVER VALLEY OFTHE NORTH.
On tong tno, low pricee mad easy payments.
'aimphlet with tdU Informatieo miahled free. Apply is
D. A. MoKINLAY Land Com'r,
ft. P. R. 4 M. U'y, St. Paul, Ao cn.
H~as R Pad dlTertng frOM tell 011116 1s
CilP41tipe, wtth 8411-Adjusilog T.111
Inenter, adapts Itself to &11 Peolitial
SENSIBLE P he
TRUSS , tthe U A I i th h
9i a T?'ll~4 . & 1 pressare
the Hereels Is beld setrelts fat dis;ar ant a radical Oero cr.
tl . I t clt. durable anilf' ttI 1111M. efirulr.
tre Egileston Truss Co., dhicago, 111.
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Ir faot ereryv hin v that can be played on a reed or
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SEND Fyt dPEOI1?EN t0rY
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pbrovt tiat nt a~ ;paroolare i as the eweeteat Sun.
Send for MSpcinen Copey I
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last it Is ever aggressaive. Ortdir
Wile a cure 1s possible, it may
thorough, succesaiui arnd pleasar
It donot- OR (
ates to demonstrate the vaiue of Carbolate of Tar, the a
inrg remedial agen( known to science. lisame. and Co
the most healing and snooahing properties are so combirs
P'ine Tree Tar, itat the more breathiung contverts them in
or vapor. This is inhaled-taken right to thaedieased pl
iso hot water, simply Inhaling or breathing it, and
mennt Is endorsed by phtysictans every where, and higl
thousands, who have used it wIth perfect satisafaction. Ft
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belst June pm
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W las easT AIM BxWr MRADIAL QiuArr
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Diseases of the Stomach, Dowels,.Blood, iAver
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Coes uns i the swe test, *as a.b
NOV PAD for Stoach, Liver rnd xidommys
".uperior.to'notes. Ask ruggina
T . 0. le an absolute anti lneaffqtjh) ar f
hunkencoe. amo of 0pim, tobacco and a rcof
Send for circular.
puil abeosseente eaIr Ir t SBlum Mfg. CI. RectftwerN.Y
Johinon's Anodyne Liniment will post.
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13 Arch Street, Philadelphia,
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"ori"*.f' and.finallyoom*.i,*.'" )"omtr"to
apl7develop into quIck consuimption. - The moas
RBOLATE of TAR IHAIAMT
od with um . mmm mnnm m
to a den.. smoke c D~ii 0f88
.rta. No heat, &Defes
you f e it. healing power at once. This treat.
LL TiEATh E 'r"""""'karS, etc., Snt""e-*
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